UK keeps low profile in euro zone's sovereign-debt debate

06/21/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The

The UK has contributed funding to troubled European countries through the International Monetary Fund, but because it is not a member of the euro zone, it is striving to distance itself from calls for additional cash for debt-ridden nations. UK Prime Minister David Cameron recently reiterated his stance that Britain should not have to participate in any additional aid for Greece, a source said. However, the UK remains concerned about euro-zone stability.

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